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Yamaha warrior just stopped running


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my warrior was in storage for a while, just changed the oil and tryed to start it, took me a while but got it started, then after 5 mins of idleing it stopped running and now i cant get it started, i left the gas on when it was in storage dont know if that has to do with it, the bike will crank all day it wants to start but i dont think its getting gas, i changed the spark plug so thats not the prob, can anyone helpme

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take your gas tank and drain it and put some BB's in it and shake it for several min's to take the rust out of the tank, make sure the fuel cock is clean and the gas comes out freeley, then take your carb apart and clean both the main and pilet jets and also the needle and seat. and make sure the float dose not have a hole in it causing it to take in gas and not float. this should get u back on the road

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I know you changed the plug, but did you check for spark? That is where you want to start because it is the easiest to check. But most likely it is that you are not getting fuel. Drain the tank first, then work your way from the tank to the carb, checking for clogged fuel passages. Then you will want to disassemble the carb and clean it out, make sure the float moves freely and that the jets and vent tubes are not clogged.

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I know you changed the plug, but did you check for spark? That is where you want to start because it is the easiest to check. But most likely it is that you are not getting fuel. Drain the tank first, then work your way from the tank to the carb, checking for clogged fuel passages. Then you will want to disassemble the carb and clean it out, make sure the float moves freely and that the jets and vent tubes are not clogged.

lol, i said the same thing!

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